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A Remark, Observation, Or Criticism: A Comment About The Weather.
Gossip; Talk: His Frequent Absences Gave Rise To Comment.
A Criticism Or Interpretation, Often By Implication Or Suggestion: The Play Is A Comment On Modern Society.
A User Response To Published Content On The Internet, Written In A Designated “Comments” Section, Often Below The Published Content: There Were Many Online Comments Criticizing The Author.
A Note In Explanation, Expansion, Or Criticism Of A Passage In A Book, Article, Or The Like; Annotation.
Explanatory Or Critical Matter Added To A Text.
The Part Of A Sentence That Communicates New Information About The Topic.
As verb (used without object)
To Make Remarks, Observations, Or Criticisms: He Refused To Comment On The Decision Of The Court.
To Write Explanatory Or Critical Notes Upon A Text.
As verb (used with object)
To Make Comments Or Remarks On; Furnish With Comments; Annotate.
As noun [plural sa·lons]
A Drawing Room Or Reception Room In A Large House.
An Assembly Of Guests In Such A Room, Especially An Assembly, Common During The 17th And 18th Centuries, Consisting Of The Leaders In Society, Art, Politics, Etc.
A Hall Or Place Used For The Exhibition Of Works Of Art.
A Shop, Business, Or Department Of A Store Offering A Specific Product Or Service, Especially One Catering To A Fashionable Clientele: A Dress Salon; A Hair Salon.
French Explorer Of North America.
A City In S Quebec, In E Canada: Suburb Of Montreal.
A City In N Illinois.
As noun [plural A's, As, a's, as.]
The First Letter Of The English Alphabet, A Vowel.
Any Spoken Sound Represented By The Letter A Or A, As In Bake, Hat, Father, Or Small.
Something Having The Shape Of An A.
A Written Or Printed Representation Of The Letter A Or A.
A Device, As A Printer's Type, For Reproducing The Letter A Or A.
From Beginning To End; Thoroughly; Completely: He Knows The Bible From A To Z.
To Know Nothing; Be Ignorant.
A Box Or Trough In A Stable Or Barn From Which Horses Or Cattle Eat.
As noun [Martial Arts.]
A Degree Of Expertise In Karate, Judo, Tae Kwon Do, Etc., Usually Signified By The Wearing Of A Cloth Belt Of A Particular Color; Level: A Sixth-degree Dan.
As unknown [Symbol, Chemistry, Physics.]
A Separate Or Limited Portion Or Quantity Of Something: A Piece Of Land; A Piece Of Chocolate.
A Quantity Of Some Substance Or Material Forming A Single Mass Or Body: A Nice Piece Of Lumber.
A More Or Less Definite Portion Or Quantity Of A Whole: To Cut A Blueberry Pie Into Six Pieces.
A Particular Length, As Of Certain Goods Prepared For The Market: Cloth Sold By The Piece.
An Amount Of Work Forming A Single Job: To Be Paid By The Piece And Not By The Hour.
An Example Of Workmanship, Especially Of Artistic Production, As A Picture Or A Statue: The Museum Has Some Interesting Pieces By Picasso.
A Literary Or Journalistic Composition, Usually Short, In Prose Or Verse.
A Literary Selection For Recitation: Each Child Had A Chance To Recite A Piece.
A Musical Composition.
One Of The Parts That, When Assembled, Form A Whole: The Pieces Of A Clock.
An Individual Article Of A Set Or Collection: A Set Of Dishes Containing 100 Pieces.
A Token, Charm, Or Amulet: A Good-luck Piece.
An Individual Thing Of A Particular Class Or Kind: A Piece Of Furniture; A Piece Of Drawing Paper.
An Example, Specimen, Or Instance Of Something: A Fine Piece Of Workmanship.
One Of The Parts Into Which A Thing Is Destructively Divided Or Broken; A Part, Fragment, Or Shred: To Tear A Letter Into Pieces.
A Coin: A Five-cent Piece.
A Distance: I'm Going Down The Road A Piece.
As verb (used with object) [pieced, piec·ing.]
To Mend (a Garment, Article, Etc.) By Adding, Joining, Or Applying A Piece Or Pieces; Patch.
To Complete, Enlarge, Or Extend By An Added Piece Or Something Additional (often Followed By Out): To Piece Out A Library With New Books.
To Make By Or As If By Joining Pieces (often Followed By Together): To Piece A Quilt; To Piece Together A Musical Program.
To Join Together, As Pieces Or Parts: To Piece Together The Fragments Of A Broken Dish.
To Join As A Piece Or Addition To Something: To Piece New Wire Into The Cable.
To Assemble Into A Meaningful Whole By Combining Available Facts, Information, Details, Etc.: He Pieced The Story Together After A Lot Of Effort.
As verb (used without object) [pieced, piec·ing.]
To Eat Small Portions Of Food Between Meals; Snack.
Of The Same Kind; Harmonious; Consistent.
An Extraordinary Person, Especially One Who Has Extremely Negative Qualities: She's A Nasty Piece Of Work!
To Express One's Opinion; Reveal One's Thoughts Upon A Subject: I Decided To Speak My Piece Whether They Liked It Or Not.
Comment Amenager Salon Salle A Manger Dans Une Piece.